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climb in the mid 70s midland, 74. cooler, 56 in fremont. and 79 santa rosa. 69, santa cruz. the coast, sea breeze is turning stronger. and eventually leading to some cooling temperatures around santa rosa. look at livermore, down to 62. strong southwest wind picking up. southwest wind, gusty winds around oakland and novato. some of the weather headlines now. next 36 hours, increasing clouds tomorrow. increasing winds southeast at the cold front offshore and the main event of the rain arrives late tomorrow night and monday morning commute. rain changing to showers monday afternoon. as that colder air arrives, dropping down snow levels to 6,000 feet and increasing the chances of convictive showers and thunder showers in a few spots on tuesday. right now things are still calm but that's about to change as the jet stream now starts to drop into california. the complete opposite pattern we had two days ago, 80s and 90s. now the jet stream pattern buckles in central california, this is going to open up the door for the first system and a couple more as we go through the week. again, increas
. >>> into the weather forecast, there's a very small area for severe weather including midland, texas, toward the mexican board. lubbock could get some thunderstorms and then this warming trend through the east coast. washington, d.c., 77 by monday and nashville, 83. that's the big picture. let's get a check a little closer to home. >> this weather report has been brought to you by devry university. dan and sharyn. >>> another story about a zookeeper fighting for her life after being crushed by an elephant. her heart actually stopped beating for a while. it's another reminder even the most experienced animal trainers are putting themselves at risk. john schriffen is here with more. >> this horrific accident happened when the experienced trainer was inside the elephant barn. in recent months, we have seen more and more vicious attacks on animal handlers. seen here as a young calf in 2010, this mraufl pachyderm is now an adolescent. >> the elephant pinned her up against one of the fence's poles. >> the 40-year-old was in the process of trying to show the elephants how to bathe when mr. shuffles
midland railroad, in the state. then he did a number about things. he went back to new bedford to build a brand new house on the family property and turned it into a center for radio technology and meteorology. gave it to the united states government during world war ii. and, so he was, he had the, is one of the greatest collection of coins and stamps. so he really made a mark to himself. yeah? >> [inaudible]. one of the things that strikes me about the guilded age and the wealth were a lot of wealthy people who believed in give back to society, particularly someone like andrew carnegie. did she donate any of her money to public service >> she never did it publicly and dismissed that she had. her son shade there were plenty of people she gave to. she never wanted it known. she was hounded for her money. she was constantly getting letters beseeching her for money. yeah, so she tried to keep it as quiet as possible. there is no proof, there is no proof. because other people said it at the time, she had a very close friend whose name is ann leery who lived in the neighborhood her who was a
. the weather forecast. there's a small area for severe weather. midland, texas, all around to the mexican border. lubbock may get some thunderstorms, but not all that severe. this warming trend through the east coast, washingt >> this weather report has been brought to you by dedevry university. dan and sharyn. >> all right, thanks, ginger. >>> but first we're going to get into another story about a zookeeper fighting for her life after being crushed by an elephant. her heart actually stopped beating for a while. minutes after she was pinned against a fence/pole after a training session. it's another reminder even the most experienced animal trainers are putting themselves at risk. abc's john schriffen is here with the story. >> reporter: sharyn, this horrific accident happened when the experienced trainer was inside the elephant barn in plain view to the public. it's not clear what triggered the elephant. but what we do know is that in recent months, we have seen more and more vicious attacks on animal handlers. seen here as a young calf in 2010, this playful pachyderm known as mr. shuff
including midland, texas, all the way down toward the mexican border. lubbock could get some >> gd morning, washington. fall at its finest today. tomorrow is even milder. that pattern of >> this weather report has been brought to you by devry university. dan and sharyn. >> all right, thanks ginger. >>> but first, another story about a zookeeper fighting for her life after being crushed by an elephant. her heart actually stopped beating for a while. minutes after she was pinned to a pole after a training session. it's another reminder even the most experienced animal trainers are putting themselves at risk. john schriffen is here with more. >> sharyn, this horrific accident happened when the experienced trainer was inside the elephant barn. in plain view to the public. it's not clear what triggered the elephant. but in recent months, we have seen more and more vicious attacks on animal handlers. seen here as a young calf in 2010, this playful pachyderm is now a three-on the adolescent. he's responsible for nearly crushing his trainer to death. >> the elephant pinned her up against one of th
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